Hollywood actor Samuel L Jackson called the American Muslims “the new black kids in America”, comparing the discrimination they now face in the US to that which African-Americans have experienced decades ago.
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Muslim students at the University of Michigan-Dearborn invited their colleagues earlier in December to attend "Dinner With Your Muslim Neighbor", an event designed to open dialogue between students of different faith groups.
Local residents of the southern Ohio city of Cairo donned the Islamic headscarf, known as hijab, earlier this week, in a display of solidarity with Muslims against rising hate rhetoric.
The American Muslim Captain Humayun S. Khan, who sacrificed his life for his comrades, will be honored with a plaque at his alma mater, the University of Virginia.
More than 200 employees and engineers in major tech companies, including Google, IBM, Slack, and Stripe, have pledged never to build a database of people based on their religious beliefs.
As President-elect Donald Trump spent months demonizing Syrian refugees and Muslims as a “great Trojan Horse”, the new arrivals worked hard to achieve success in their new home after escaping death in mad Middle East war.
Thousands of American Muslims and activists from rights groups marched on Monday, December 12, to the White House in an effort to persuade President Barack Obama to scrap anti-Muslim surveillance program before Donald Trump takes office.
On Jan. 20 Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. That reality has created an uncomfortable, and even fearful, situation for some young Muslims around the country.
Christians, Muslims and Jews filled the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center in an interfaith call for dignity and solidarity as president-elect Donald Trump prepares to take oath as the 45th American president.
Spreading Christmas’ spirit of giving, two New York Muslim youth have kicked off a million meal mission to feed the hungry and needy during holiday times
As a thank-you message to Canada, a group of Syrian refugee kids’ choir performed last Thursday at the House of Commons, sending a message of peace back to Syria.
While some Muslim mark Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) birthday with special festivities, Muslim in Virginia’s Hampton Roads shy away from celebrating the day, choosing to acknowledge the life and mission of the prophet either by reciting Qur’an or remembering his legacy of mercy and kindness.